Obtaining your Wisconsin Dwelling Contractor Qualifier License
To obtain your Dwelling Contractor Qualifier license:
Complete 12 hours of an approved initial qualifier course
Anyone applying for a Dwelling Contractor Qualifier certification needs to complete 12 hours of an approved initial qualifier course in dwelling construction within one year of applying for the license. Proof of completing the course will need to be provided with your application, along with the associated fees.
We offer the Dwelling Contractor Qualifier Initial Course for just $99. This course is approved for the 12 hours needed to obtain your license.
When you pass the Initial Course, you will receive a certificate of completion that you can submit with your application. The application will be sent with your certificate of completion.
You must take the Initial Qualifier course if you do not have a Wisconsin Dwelling Contractor Qualifier license already or are more than two years expired on your Qualifier license.
To renew your Wisconsin Dwelling Contractor Qualifier license
The State of Wisconsin requires all Dwelling Contractor Qualifiers to obtain 12 hours of continuing education every 2 years. We offer several testing options and courses to meet these requirements.
When you complete one of our approved continuing education courses, you will receive a certificate of completion for your records. We will then submit the continuing education hours directly to the state.
Once you have completed the continuing education, you can renew your license online using the Department of Safety and Professional Services’ online portal, eSLA. You will need to upload a copy of your certificates of completion, and pay the renewal fee to the state.